Hegazi starts as West Brom draw 1-1 with Everton at Goodison Park
Ahmed Hegazi featured the whole game as West Browmich Albion left Goodison Park with a point after a 1-1 draw with Everton.
West Bromwich Albion took the home side by storm as the started the game in full dominance and a pinpoint long volley from Grzegorz Krychowiak sent Jay Rodriguez clear in-front of goal to tap in the first goal within only seven minutes.
Poor displays from Everton throughout the first half, as their only chance on target came from the right back Jonjoe Kenny and was easily between the hands of Ben Foster.
In the second half Everton’s Sam Allardyce brought in the dancing feet of Yannick Bolasie, the no 10 Wayne Rooney and striker Oumar Niasse.
With only 20 minutes left on the clock, Rooney made the perfect cross connecting with Theo Walcott who provided an assist on his debut for the club, as his header left Niasse unmarked scoring the equalizer from his first touch on the field.
Walcott was close from bagging a second for the Toffees but Ben Foster performaed a brilliant save to stop his screamer from outside the box.
In the dying minutes, Salomón Rondón unleashed a strike that was millimeters away from giving his team the lead and marking his name in goal of the week category.
The game ended in a draw, leaving West Brom are still struggling in the bottom three and will be travelling to face Manchester City next Tuesday on January 31.
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